GEORGETOWN – Georgetown Fire Chief Fred Mitchell, Georgetown Police Chief Donald C. Cudmore and Newbury Fire Chief Douglas Janvrin are pleased to share that several members of their departments, as well as a local resident who works as a Massport Firefighter, recently reunited with a man following a lifesaving rescue this summer.
GEORGETOWN — Town Administrator Michael Farrell reports that the Town of Georgetown is expanding its closures and cancellations to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to include all Georgetown buildings and facilities.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore is pleased to announce that the Georgetown Police Department turned in 230 pounds of unused medication following National Drug Take Back Day.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore and the Georgetown Police Department would like to thank Norino Mirra, the owner of Utility Contractor Mirra Construction Company, Inc. of Georgetown, for a recent donation.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore is pleased to announce that the Georgetown Finance and Advisory Committee, with the support of the Board of Selectmen, voted to fund a full-time School Resource Officer to work at the Georgetown Middle-High School.
GEORGETOWN – Chief Donald C. Cudmore is pleased to report that the Georgetown Police Department welcomed a new full-time officer last week.
GEORGETOWN – Chief Fred A. Mitchell Jr. reports that the Georgetown Fire Department responded to a single-car crash on Route 95 in Georgetown earlier this week.
*Joint Press Release* Georgetown Fire and Police Departments Remind Residents to Share the Road with Motorcycles
GEORGETOWN — With the summer months fast approaching, Fire Chief Fred A. Mitchell and Police Chief Donald C. Cudmore remind residents to share the road with motorcyclists.
GEORGETOWN — Police Chief Donald Cudmore and Superintendent of Schools Carol Jacobs report that the Town of Georgetown responded swiftly to a report of a swastika found on the Georgetown Middle High School football field late last week.
Georgetown Police Use New Fingerprint Machine to Identify Wanted Felon With Multiple Warrants, Aliases
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore reports that the Georgetown Police Department has used a new fingerprint machine to identify a wanted man with multiple aliases and warrants after conducting a routine motor vehicle stop yesterday.